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    Maryland Bartending Academy Review - PBSA

    Last updated 3 years ago

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    • The class is very thorough and informative, while being fun at the same time. The job placement assistance I have also found to be an excellent resource.

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    Find out more about the Professional Bartending Schools of America by calling (513) 542-3500 or contacting us online. Our experienced instructors care deeply about your success and will help you develop the skills necessary to have a satisfying bartending career.

    What Every Good Bartender Needs to Know About Guinness

    Last updated 3 years ago

    Since Guinness is one of the world’s most popular beers, a solid understanding of it can go a long way in boosting a bartender’s credibility. Here are some aspects of serving and drinking Guinness that every good bartender should know:

    How to Pour It

    The process of pouring a perfect Guinness starts by taking a Guinness-brand glass and holding it firmly at a 45-degree angle. With your finger on the harp, open the tap and let the beer flow in. Gradually straighten the glass as the beer level reaches your finger, and close the tap when it has filled up about three-quarters of the glass. Then you’ll need to let the beer sit for just a moment, to allow the nitrogen bubbles within the drink to form its signature creamy head, dark body, and milky swirl. As soon as the head has developed, slowly add just enough additional beer from the tap to bring the head to the rim. At this point, the beer is ready to serve.

    How to Drink It

    This is a nice tip to give Guinness novices at your bar. There is an art to drinking Guinness in a way that lets all the flavors shine, and it’s not too difficult to teach someone. Rather than dipping your head to look at the beer as you drink it, look straight ahead and bend your elbow at a horizontal angle as you bring the glass to your lips. Allow some of the foam to get on your lips as you take a drink, and you will be able to taste the creaminess of the cap as well as the smooth, dark body.

    As part of its comprehensive bartender training, Professional Bartending Schools of America offers complete Guinness Beer Training for its students. You will learn all the ins and outs of this time-honored beer, which is exactly what you need for a long future of success as a bartender. Call us at (513) 542-3500 to speak with one of our friendly representatives.

    Maryland Bartending Academy Review - PBSA

    Last updated 3 years ago

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    • Best experience ever! I learned so much that I have definitely impressed by current boss after only 2 days of work. I highly recommend this is anyone looking for bartending training. My instructor was Rose, and she was the best!!!!

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      Katie Moss

    Find out more about the Professional Bartending Schools of America by calling (513) 542-3500 or contacting us online. Our experienced instructors care deeply about your success and will help you develop the skills necessary to have a satisfying bartending career.

    Glassware Essentials for Bartenders

    Last updated 3 years ago

    Liquor brands are not the only part of bartending that require extensive study to master. The choice of glass also plays a huge role in determining the flavor, quality, and appeal of every drink you serve.

    In this video from Epicurious, a professional bartender provides an overview of the different glasses that bartenders may have to choose from on a regular basis. Examples include highball glasses, rocks glasses, and martini glasses. Click play to learn more.

    You will learn about all of the mentioned glassware and more as part of your education at Professional Bartending Schools of America. To find out about the location nearest you, call us today at (513) 542-3500.

    International School of Professional Bartending Review - PBSA

    Last updated 3 years ago

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    • Just completed the two week course. Mike and Angie were awesome, and the Boulevard Brewery class was excellent. I worked a private party, got my feet wet, and feel confident that I can hold my own in the real world. The class size was small enough that I could get plenty of individual attention and I could ask all the questions I wanted, but... More

      Rikk Wittie

    Find out more about the Professional Bartending Schools of America by calling (513) 542-3500 or contacting us online. Our experienced instructors care deeply about your success and will help you develop the skills necessary to have a satisfying bartending career.

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